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Open Hand

Dream

(Ex-Members Of Adamantium, Not Waving But Drowning)

Trustkill 41

Released on January 14, 2003

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Emotive post-hardcore from California coming from ex-members of Adamantium and Not Waving But Drowning. Very emotive singing, a bit of screaming, with heavy driving rhythms and catchy grooves. This combines 2 of their self- released eps onto one cd.

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Average Customer Rating: 3 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 In Your Eyes  7%
2 Life As Is Voted #2  23%
3 The Dream Voted #1  28%
4 11th Street Voted #3  12%
5 This Is The End  3%
6 The Struggle  5%
7 Thought Process  2%
8 Radio Days  8%
9 Forever  3%
10 Never Alone  2%
11 6/26  9%
Come back on or after Tuesday, January 14 to vote for your favorite songs

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Stuart from Dunstable, United Kingdom 
Sep 22 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I've had this CD for a while now but I've really only just got round to it 'cos at first I wasn't hugely impressed apart from the song "Life As Is".

But it does grow on you. The vocals are what make this band different from so many other "hardcore" bands, melodies used a lot more than screaming which might seem a refreshing change, but for me it doesn't always work, however I'll always prefer listening to excellent metalcore bands like Botch & Isis. All in all, a decent album but nothing really special.

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Kevin from Stafford, VA 
Jul 17 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I don't understand why Trustkill signed this band. They are like Creed meets Thrice. Not good at all.

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Philip from Coventry, United Kingdom 
Feb 25 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This CD, much like the beautiful game (football, or soccer for our US friends), is a game of 2 halves.

Its is two EP's bunged together, and it shows!. The first half is the newer material and is thus much stronger, showing good potential for the future. It is very melodic hardcore, dare I say, 'emo', and it's pretty darn good if a little too polished.

The second half is whiney crap, with whimpy whispery vocals and driffting melodies. There is a scottish band who does this thing far better, called 'Biffy Clyro'.

First half = 5/5 second half = 1/10

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Derick from Ridgefield, CT 
Feb 4 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this is a pretty decent cd. if you're into that whole "emo/metal" anything-with-core-for-a-suffix genre, then you may like this. for some reason i thought it was going to be better, but it's alright. the songs on the first half of the cd are better, so maybe if you're at a show of theirs you can just pick up the ep those are on. overall, it's a solid debut album.





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